Definition of 'Vostro Account'
The account that a correspondent bank, usually located in the United States or United Kingdom, holds on behalf of a foreign bank. A vostro account is one in which the domestic bank (from the point of view of the currency in which the account is held) acts as custodian or manages the account of a foreign counterpart. Also known as a loro account.
Investopedia explains 'Vostro Account'
For instance, if a Spanish life insurance company approaches a U.S. bank to manage funds in an account for the Spanish life insurer's behalf, the account would be deemed a vostro account of the insurer.
The term vostro is Latin for "yours," thus when translated literally, it means "your account."